Made in Orange County, NC
Made in Orange County, NC features local products that are affectionately and passionately made right here in the communities of Chapel Hill, Hillsborough and Carrboro, North Carolina.
Our Local Artisans
In Orange County, shopping local is easier than ever. With a wide variety of hole-in-the-wall stores and boutiques, you can find a way to
About ten years ago, in a meeting between Top of the Hill Restaurant and Brewery owner, Scott Maitland, and Ernest Winslow of the Jack H.
Already established as a local producer (Boxcarr Farms is 30 acres of vegetables, pigs, chickens, and goats) and in the catering business
Before heading back home, be sure to pick up
a taste of Orange County!
Accidental Baker artisan flatbread crackers using locally milled flour is baked in Hillsborough and sold at area stores.
Blakemere Company clotted cream, the taste of England right here in Chapel Hill; their signature item is their Devonshire Delight. Weaver Street Markets and Whole Foods.
Bloody Brando Bloody Mary Mix – Locally made in Chapel Hill with a 'secret recipe' handed down through generations and proudly mixed at several local bars or if you are in the Chapel Hill, Carrboro, Durham, Pittsboro or Raleigh area they will meet you and hand it off - how's that for customer service!.
Box Carr Farms Handmade Cheese – Italian inspired cheeses made in Cedar Grove just north of Hillsborough. Locally these cheeses can be found at all three Weaver Street Markets and Whole Foods.
Busy Bee Apiaries’ Honey – Local sweetness from Chapel Hill. Found at many local stores plus Maple View Farm Store and Hillsborough BBQ.
Carrboro Coffee Roasters Coffees – 30 types of coffee both regular and decaf. For a cup of coffee visit the two cafes: Open Eye Café and Caffe Driade, and for the beans visit any local grocery store.
Chapel Hill Creamery - makes 6 types of cheeses, aged and fresh, as well as 7 varieties of sausage from Heritage breed pigs. Products are available at Carrboro and Eno River Farmer's Markets, and Weaver Street Market.
Chapel Hill Toffee – The gift that is good to give and better to receive! Found at Weaver Street Markets in Carrboro, Chapel Hill and Hillsborough besides many other stores and hotels in Chapel Hill.
Chocolatay Confections - Handmade chocolates & confections that cater to those with allergies, offering vegan, peanut free, gluten and soy free products.
Cottage Lane Kitchen award winning spicy pepper relish produced in Chapel Hill, buy online or available at Johnny's Gone Fishing, and Weaver Street Market.
Hillsborough Cheese Company – Bloomin’ Sweet Ash Cheese plus others can be found at the Eno River and Chapel Hill Farmers’ Markets and Weaver Street Markets.
Just Bee Apiary in Chapel Hill– Citrus Pepper Infused Honey and Short or Tall-Barrel Aged Whiskey Honey that can be found in area stores, restaurants and the Carrboro Farmers’ Market in 2004.
Little Red Wagon Granola makes six varieties of granola from natural ingredients. First appearing at the Carrboro Farmers Market in 2004, it is now available in 22 states as well as Canada.
Luna Pops makes handcrafted all natural frozen pops in flavors such as their award winning Hibiscus Lemon. Other flavors, seven in all include Cookies & Cream, Rhubarb lime and Sea Salt Caramel, a family favorite!
Matthew’s Chocolates – Handmade works of art found in Matthew’s shop on Churton Street downtown Hillsborough.
Plowgirl Farm Honey – Honey, vegetables and did we mention honey? Find this sweet treat at the Chapel Hill Farmers’ Market and bee pollen in Dingo Dog craft beer named BEE de Garde!
Pluto’s Jamaican Jerk Sauce – BBQ and Jerk sauces, marinades and dry rub seasonings found at Whole Foods, Weaver Street Markets, Harris Teeter and Lowe’s Foods.
Sunshine Lavender Farm culinary lavender – this can be found on Etsy through their website or visit the farm during their 2 open houses scheduled for June and December.
Sweet Neecy Cake Mix – along with Chocolate, Original and Red Velvet which can be picked up at Whole Foods and Cliff’s Meat Market.
Tempeh Girl Tempeh - traditionally crafted, double fermented soy food with a meaty texture and versatility which can be found at Johnny’s in Carrboro and Weaver Street Markets.
Tonya’s Cookies – Tonya Council, Mama Dip’s Granddaughter’s crisp gluten-free cookies can be found at her store on Rosemary Street, at Mama Dip’s restaurant or Whole Foods.
Topo Organic Award-winning Spirits and Age Your Own Whiskey Kits found at the restaurant, tours at Topo Distillery and the local ABC stores.
Two Chicks Farm – Homemade sauerkraut and award-winning Kimchi and pickles for sale locally at Weaver Street Markets and the Carrboro and Eno River Farmers’ Markets.